Cam Newton Wants DNA Tests To Determine Paternity Of Children With Ex Kia Proctor, Requests Joint Custody

Things in Cam Newton’s household have gotten pretty messy in the last few months.

Earlier this week, news hit the internet that Cam allegedly welcomed a secret baby with Instagram model and former Miss Azerbaijan La Reina Shaw  — prompting him and Kia Proctor, his longtime girlfriend and the mother of his four kids to split.

According to an exclusive report from Bossip, Cam and Kia have been broken up for at least six months and are fighting over custody and child support. To make matters even more interesting, their youngest child, who was born last fall, has never lived with Cam.

Newton sued Proctor for paternity, joint custody and visitation over the summer for Chosen, 5, Sovereign-Dior, three, Camidas Swain, two and Cashmere Saint, who was born in September 2019. Newton acknowledged that he signed the kids’ birth certificates, but wants DNA proof. He said he’s been voluntarily paying child support but wants the court to figure out a dollar amount. Newton also said that once he’s legally deemed the father, he’d like joint physical custody with Proctor.

But Proctor countersued Newton for full physical custody, child support, health benefits, life insurance for the children and her lawyer and expert fees.

Proctor said he is the kids’ father, but doesn’t have a problem with him getting a DNA test, as long as he pays for it.

The court papers also reveal that Kia hasn’t worked in six years. She’s asking the court to  determine a child support amount outside of the regular guidelines because Cam has a guaranteed salary of $60 million out of a nearly $104 million contract.

She also made it a point to include that Cam also has an endorsement deal with Under Armor and owns multiple businesses.

“She has absolutely no source of income,” Proctor’s court papers state, adding that Newton has been her and the children’s sole financial supporter.

Although she’s willing to make a financial deal with Cam, if they can’t get one she wants a default $15,000 to hire a financial analyst to examine his total income and determine an appropriate support figure.

This is about to get SUPER messy.

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